Re: Brin: ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny
- On Mon, 4 Jul 2005 13:45:49 -0700 (PDT David Brin wrote:
>--- Leonard Matusik <nanotreasures@...> wrote:Not really, I did find a very interesting one that mentioned you both though.
>> I found Brins piece for his 6/12 blogspot so very
>> cool. It was on a RAND publication regarding
>cool. I didn't know that Ronfeldt posted my private
>musings to him. Do you have a URL?
http://noosphere.cc/peerToPeer.html (and, of course, noosphere.cc)
....discussing multiple aspects of Peer2Peer networks. Basic stuff for the adepts but for interested newbies, it's a rich score.
Thanks Brin! wouldn't have given a damn to look if I didn't read it on blogspot.
The html is about 3 years old and the home site is updated regularly.
oh yeh, St.Nick Arnett thinks your use of the term "attractor states" below is improper, could you please clarify that for both of us, thanks :)
4* the notion of attractor states which will reliably pull groups of humans in, given certain kinds of circumstances.- June12th http://davidbrin.blogspot.com/
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